University at Buffalo, SUNY
Travis Sharp is a poet, book artist, and editor. His second book of poetry, Monoculture, is forthcoming with Unicorn Press in 2024. He is the author of the poetry collection Yes, I am a corpse flower (Knife Fork Book 2021) and the poetry and essay chapbooks Behind the Poet Reading Their Poem Is a Sign Saying Applause (Knife Fork Book 2022) and Sinister Queer Agenda (above/ground press 2018). He is co-editor of a collection of essays about the 2016 US Presidential election, Radio: 11.8.16 (Essay Press 2017). He has published a number of artist's books, including one plus one is two ones (Recreational Resources 2018), FEARHEAR GESTHARE URESHARM HEREHIRE (aether inK 2015), and The Cargo Pants Pocket Anthology of Peer Reviewed Articles (Letter [r] Press 2015). His critical work focuses on textual materiality and the politics of textual and literary composition and has appeared in Criticism and Discourse and Writing (Rédactologie). Outside of academia, he works in non-profit publishing as the executive editor and publisher at the small press Essay Press.